New Premium Bordeaux Wines

It is with great pleasure that we inform you that we have secured some incredible wines from Bordeaux. These rare wines have come directly from the Chateaux, and due to their rarity, no further discount will apply. There are also some large formats and a very unusual 5 litre bottle. The list is quite long, so please bear with us. The wines can be purchased online or by contacting us on 01-6745731, or emailing us at,  this may be the perfect opportunity to start investing in wine or to add to your investment portfolio. If there is anything you may be interested in that is or isn't on the list, please let us know, and we'll see what we can do. Some of these wines are extremely limited in quantities so we will start with those!!


Château Lafite-Rothschild, Pauillac Grand Cru Classe, Bordeaux 2009 - Magnum

€3000 Only 1 Available

The 2009 Lafite-Rothschild is one of the greatest Medoc region releases. Lafite-Rothschild know how to elegantly combine nearly-perfect climate conditions and powerful soils to produce a voluptuous Cabernet Sauvignon with undisputable cellar potential.

Wine Spectator - 98 Points
This is stunning for its ability to take massively endowed fig, currant paste and crushed plum fruit flavors and harness them with ultrasuave freshly roasted espresso, black tea and ganache notes. A seductive style, long and velvety, with the dense core of black fruit and smoldering iron just waiting and waiting. Best from 2020 through 2040.

Decanter - 98 Points
It displays, as Lafite always does, more of a laid back elegance than Latour, and the difference between the two once again highlights the huge differences in terroir between north and south Pauillac, with the deep gravels here giving finesse, composure, almost nonchalance. It tames with a whisper, bringing you to submission by gently, purposefully and ever so slowly layering one thing on top of another. It has gorgeously pure and precise fruit on the nose, while the palate displays a multitude of flavours, from charcoal to cassis to crushed stone, and yet no one thing dominates. There are a ton of tannins, but they are individually fine, and it's only in retrospect that you realise how many of them there are. The tone of Lafite is speaking over the vintage, and it's going to run and run.

5 LITRE - Château Leoville-Poyferre Saint-Julien Grand Cru Classé, Bordeaux 2001

€1100 Only 1 Available

Léoville Poyferré's vines were originally part of the same vineyard as Léoville Las Cases and Léoville Barton. Under the management of Didier Cuvelier and the oenologist Michel Rolland, Château Léoville Poyferré has the technical and human potential to rival its cousin. The modernisation of the winery, the production of a second wine, Moulin Riche, and the use of a substantial proportion of new wood (80%) to age the wines, have all contributed to the creation of a complex nectar, with incredible depth.

94 points Decanter "This is one of the best vintages of the past 30 years, utterly and absolutely gorgeous. It was first vintage made with Isabelle Davin as the in-house oenologist. Rich and welcoming fruit structure, effortless in how it makes its presence felt, with a mouthwatering finish of charcoal and slate that tempers any suspicions of over-ripeness. This is floating out of the glass, it’s currently at that moment when the great Médoc wines take flight. Even with the gloss of Léoville Poyferré there is no mistaking those Médoc tannins."


Château Leoville-Poyferre, Saint-Julien Grand Cru Classé, Bordeaux 2005

€249 Only 6 Available

Shiny and limpid, the colour of the 2005 vintage is a dark garnet with vermeil highlights.
Concentrated notes of toast and jammy black fruit emerge, followed by hints of cedar and eucalyptus that add a touch of freshness.
Full and plump on the palate, the tannins still have some grip, but the texture of the wine remains silky. Retro-olfaction confirms the aromas perceived on the nose: jammy blackcurrant, delicate oak, and blonde tobacco. This exhilarating vintage offers extraordinary aromatic persistence with a fresh finish.

Cos d'Estournel Saint-Estèphe Grand Cru Classé, Bordeaux 2015, Magnum

€790 Only 3 Available

FASCINATING, OPULENT, VOLUPTUOUS. The call of faraway lands.
As mysterious and intriguing as a lone adventurer returning from a solitary sail, Cos d’Estournel is slow to reveal itself. Little by little, it evokes stories of distant places, market stalls brimming with unfamiliar fruits, spices and wares, village festivities warmed by the joy of revellers and the setting sun, and sumptuous visions of ladies and their voluptuous curves. A myriad of scents, colours and tastes appeals to the senses. The Grand Vin of Cos d’Estournel is both demure and deliberately sensuous, a fascinating and elegant nectar.

Still a bit shy, the 2015 vintage will reveal itself fully overtime. With intense yet mellow notes of spice, it already has the qualities of a very great Cos d’Estournel. Its complex aromatic signature promises an opulent, deep and ample wine, the very embodiment of elegant refinement. 95+/100 – LISA PERROTTI-BROWN (ROBERTPARKER.COM)


Cos d'Estournel Blanc, Bordeaux 2018 Magnum

€325 Only 4 Available

KEEN, POWERFUL, IMPETUOUS. The power of the elements.
Unique in character, Cos d’Estournel Blanc evokes the coolness of sea spray and salty sea winds whipping one’s face while also conjuring the warmth and richness of the land. A generous, lively wine brings to mind a slice of bread spread thickly with quince jam, a sun-drenched stall of autumn fruit or sudden recollections of the sweetest summer moments.

A sublime vintage with notes of floral blossoms, exotic fruit and fresh almond, Cos d’Estournel Blanc 2018 also has a lovely mineral quality. This year the estate’s Sémillon has surpassed itself, and proves a wonderful counterpart to an equally magnificent Sauvignon Blanc, resulting in a wine with exceptional complexity. 2018 marks a new era for Cos d’Estournel Blanc: the balance, freshness and cellaring potential have been taken to the extreme, resulting in a supremely sophisticated, finely crafted wine.

Château Troplong Mondot, Saint-Emilion 1er Grand Cru Classe, Bordeaux 2010 - Magnum

€720 Only 2 Available

 Founded in 1700, the Premier Grand Cru Classé Château Troplong Mondot produces one of the most beloved wines of Saint-Émilion. Château Troplong Mondot is the power of the ‘terroir’ tempered by the glistening fruit, an aromatic richness enhanced with elegant precision. The perfect balance of elements that respond to one another. The revelation of a unique universe that opens itself up over time.

Robert Parker's 99 Points Tasting Notes
Inky, bluish/black/purple, with notes of spring flowers, licorice, camphor, graphite, and a boatload of blueberry, black raspberry and blackberry fruit, this is a powerful, full-bodied Troplong Mondot. All the building components of acidity, tannin, wood and alcohol are judiciously and impressively integrated. It is a blend of 90% Merlot and the rest equal parts Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc made by Christine Valette and her husband Xavier Pariente with the consultancy help of Michel Rolland. I-m not sure what the heady alcohol level is in Troplong Mondot in 2010 (it certainly must be in the 15%+ range), but it is well-concealed behind the extravagant, richness, full-bodied power, and pure nobility of this majestic wine. Forget this for 5-7 years and drink it over the following three decades.

Château Troplong Mondot, Saint-Emilion 1er Grand Cru Classe, Bordeaux 2009 - Magnum

€695 Only 2 Available

This magnificent wine displays a very particular colour, that of black cherry with hints of violet. On the nose it is deep, quite fresh and rich. One can detect notes of black fruits on the nose, along with wood, vanilla and spicy fragrances. On the palate, this wine is intense, showing great power. This wine is exceptionally rich with integrated, tight and sweet tannins. The wine offers an incredible length in the mouth, fine and very fruity.

Château Troplong Mondot, Saint-Emilion 1er Grand Cru Classe, Bordeaux 2015 - Magnum

€399 Only 4 Available

A deep, dark red colour with purple highlights. On the nose it is pure and bright giving off notes of ripe fruit, cherry, crème de cassis and spices. The palate is seduced by this wine’s concentration, density and fine tannins.


Château l'Evangile, Pomerol, Bordeaux 2011 - Magnum

€595 Only 2 Available

Château L'Evangile is one of the prestigious estates in Pomerol and produces some of the most sought-after wines in the appellation. The vineyards are predominantly Merlot, with a small amount of Cabernet Franc and some newer plantings of Cabernet Sauvignon.

Vinous Tasting Notes
The 2011 l'Evangile has a rather sweaty bouquet at first, maybe just a little forced in the winery? Menthol scents emerge with time. The palate is spicy on the entry, a little richer in style than its peers, good body and depth with a savory, white pepper and clove finish. Peaking now, though it will give several years more drinking pleasure. A second bottle poured is much better. Cleaner and more focused on the nose, earthy red fruit mixes with hoisin and truffle. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannins, fresh and focused with a delineated finish, this is one of the few to offer a touch of mineralité.

Château l'Evangile, Pomerol, Bordeaux 2011

€259 Only 12 Available

Vinous Tasting Notes
The 2011 l'Evangile has a rather sweaty bouquet at first, maybe just a little forced in the winery? Menthol scents emerge with time. The palate is spicy on the entry, a little richer in style than its peers, good body and depth with a savory, white pepper and clove finish. Peaking now, though it will give several years more drinking pleasure. A second bottle poured is much better. Cleaner and more focused on the nose, earthy red fruit mixes with hoisin and truffle. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannins, fresh and focused with a delineated finish, this is one of the few to offer a touch of mineralité.

Château d'Yquem, Half Bottle Vertical Case 2006, 2009, 2010, 2013, 2014, 2017 (In Wooden Box Directly From The Chateau)

€2100 Only 2 Available

Château d'Yquem has a very long life span: twenty, fifty, a hundred years, or more… As with all great wines, Yquem is transfigured over time, developing a host of deliciously subtle aromas and flavours. Its colour changes over the years from the brightness of dawn to the darkness of dusk, and from shimmering straw yellow to golden-brown with amber and caramel highlights, and then to mahogany.

This Case Contains A 375ml Bottle Of The 2006, 2009, 2010, 2013, 2014 and 2017 Vintages From Château d'Yquem

Château d'Yquem 2006
The 2006 harvest was both challenging and exciting. The picking techniques at Yquem were decisive in harvesting ripe, botrytised grapes at the right time, in the right place, without wasting energy on less worthwhile plots. 2006 illustrates the benefit of varied terroirs and the importance of knowing them perfectly in order to make the most of the different soils and grape varieties under unusual weather conditions.

Château d'Yquem 2009
2009 is a vintage that benefited from extraordinarily favourable conditions for 6 months in a row. However, this vintage will also be long-remembered because botrytis was all-pervasive due to 34 mm of rainfall on the 19th of September followed by 3 weeks of warm, dry weather. In short, this was a dream vintage where the only challenge was avoiding excessive sweetness in the grapes.
Fortunately, the capacity of the wine presses, coupled with the professionalism and responsiveness of the château team, enabled the estate to cope very well with the situation, and 2009 can undoubtedly be considered a great Yquem, a combination of perfect ripeness... and splendid Botrytis cinerea.
With the rhythm of 1989, the opulence of 1990, the intensity (reflecting the harvest) of 2003, the concentration of 2001 and a taste reminiscent of 1893, Château d'Yquem 2009 is a new masterpiece.

Château d'Yquem 2010
2010 was a generous year in Sauternes. The fine, cool weather during the vintage meant that the full potential of a particularly favourable growing season could be realised.
However, making the most of such an abundant vintage called for being willing and able to make subtle distinctions between plots to single out grapes from the best ones to make the best possible final blend.
A rigorous selection among the various lots produced a blend with a brilliance and stature fully in keeping with expectations for the superb 2010 vintage.

Château d'Yquem 2013
After the magnificent summer of 2013, the good luck continued throughout the harvest, offering noble rot the best possible conditions for achieving the crop’s full potential.
In the end, if a good vintage is a question of chance, then 2013 is unquestionably a very good year, and the wine has the concentrated botrytis characteristics and rich, candied fruit flavours typical of Yquem.

Château d'Yquem 2014
The long harvest, over a nine-week period, captured all the diversity of a growing season where flowering and veraison were also spread out. This year, the early start specific to Yquem, with 25 % of the grapes harvested before 15 September, provided unusually fine acidity.
This gives an attractive edge to a blend that reflects this vintage's full complexity, combining a modern approach with freshness and concentration, in the same vein as 2011.

Château d'Yquem 2017
2017 was a year with total botrytis and tremendous concentration that called for very specific sorting techniques to stay within the parameters defined by Yquem. To summarise, 2017 is a very great success, worthy of the finest vintages ending in "7".

Chateau d'Yquem, Sauternes, Bordeaux 2017

€525 Only 6 Available

Wine Advocate 97-99
There was no frost at dYquem in 2017, and botrytis was very regular and even this vintage. The nose opens with very pure notes of freshly sliced oranges, yuzu and lemon barley water with hints of white pepper, fresh ginger and lime cordial. The incredibly rich, unctuous sweetness (148 grams per liter of residual sugar) is beautifully marbled with bright, vivacious citrus fruit and spice flavors, while lifted by well-knit freshness, and it finishes with epic length and great depth.
Lisa Perrotti-Brown.

Château Beau-Séjour Bécot, Saint-Emilion 1er Grand Cru Classé, Bordeaux 2017

€99.95 24 Bottles Available

Intense and very pure, the bouquet exudes delicious blackcurrant and black cherry compote aromas. With aeration, the fresh menthol and anise notes gradually reveal themselves structured within a mineral frame, which comes from the calcareous terroir of Saint-Émilion. The palate presents a superbly vivacious structure that emphasizes the brilliance and flavour of the fruit while delicately polished tannins outline the structure’s frame. The mid-palate maintains its crispiness and mellowness due to the perfectly balanced acidity. The finish lingers for the longest time. An incredibly elegant and pleasing 2017 vintage, which marks a new era in the evolution of the Beau-Séjour Bécot's style.

Château Fieuzal Blanc, Pessac-Léognan, Bordeaux 2016

€96.96 Only 6 Available

The wines of Château de Fieuzal have a distinct allure that is inseparable from the place from which they are grown. Every bottle enables us to share Fieuzal's unique energy, bringing to life every aspect of our complex terroir in an intense but precise balance. Fieuzal has the intriguing ability to hold one’s attention, by combining flavour and feeling; the senses and the sensual. Extraordinary freshness, naturally provided by our soils, holds the wines together with remarkable tension right to the finish.

Fieuzal white is an enchanting balance between their Sauvignon Blanc and Sémillon fruit. Aged for 12 months in French Oak barrels, the wine grows to fill the entire palate whilst providing a teasing combination of zesty, fruity and floral notes.

Tasting Notes
This Fieuzal white has finesse and fine acidity. Not at all exuberant, the aromas are subtle and the wine offers tension on the palate. There are notes of white peach and pear, alongside very pleasant floral touches. The finish is fresh, with a hint of salted butter.

Château Fieuzal Blanc, Pessac-Léognan, Bordeaux 2019

€92.95 Only 6 Available

The nose is complex, a mix between the freshness of lemon zest and the generosity of apricot and mango. There is a very fine harmony. In the mouth, the wine is extremely rich, with remarkable length marked by the freshness that is specific to our terroir, which allows for wonderful acidity even in hot vintages.

Château Fieuzal Blanc, Pessac-Léognan, Bordeaux 2020

€89.95 24 Bottles Available

The style of their 2020 white is unlike any other. There is tension and precision, but also density and a lavish texture that makes this blend quite remarkable at this stage. The nose is rich and dense, with floral overtones that evolve into notes of apricot, white peach, litchi and fresh pineapple. The attack is lively and flattering, and goes on to reveal a backbone of freshness supported by notes of bitter orange and clementine.


Château Fieuzal Rouge, Pessac-Léognan, Bordeaux 2020

€62.95 24 Bottles Available

Fieuzal red is a delightfully complex blend of multiple grape varieties, authentically expressing the vineyard’s incredible diversity. Aged for an average of 12 months in French Oak barrels, the wine is elegant, confidently expressive and dynamic throughout the whole of its lifetime.

Tasting Notes
The wine has a deep ruby colour with purple tints, offering notes of forest fruits including wild blackberries, blueberries, blackcurrants and raspberries. The palate is intense, driven by generous fruit, with gentle peppery notes offering a hint of freshness. There is balance and tension throughout, with a finish that is long-lasting and aromatic.